# Lesson 13

Terminal velocity
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## Onderdelen in deze les

Terminal velocity

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4.5 Graphs and tables

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Learning goals
•  Explain what terminal velocity is and how it works.

• Explain what is meant by a continuous variable and a discrete variable.

•  To know in what case to use a pie chart, bar chart or graph.

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Terminal velocity – Exercise

2. Explain in your own words what terminal velocity is and how it works.

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Terminal velocity – Exercise

2. Explain in your own words what terminal velocity is and how it works.
Done: Study §4.1  – §4.5 and take notes for each paragraph

#### Slide 6 -Video

Terminal velocity – Exercise
1. Watch the video explaining terminal velocity.

2. After the video ends, compare explanation with your neighbour.

3. Check if your explanations where correct. If not write a correct explanation together

#### Slide 7 -Tekstslide

Terminal velocity – Exercise
1. Watch the video explaining terminal velocity.

2. After the video ends, compare explanation with your neighbour.

3. Check if your explanations where correct. If not write a correct explanation together
Done: Study §4.1  – §4.5 and take notes

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tables and graphs – Exercise
2. Give a definition in your own words for the following concepts:

• Discrete variable – give an example.
• Continuous variable – give an example.
•  Categoric variable – give an example
•  Bar chart – also draw an example of a bar chart.
• Pie Chart – also draw an example of a pie chart.

#### Slide 10 -Tekstslide

tables and graphs – Exercise
2. Give a definition in your own words for the following concepts:

• Discrete variable – give an example.
• Continuous variable – give an example.
•  Categoric variable – give an example
•  Bar chart – also draw an example of a bar chart.
• Pie Chart – also draw an example of a pie chart.
Done: Study §4.1  – §4.5 and take notes

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Discrete variable
A variable which you can only express in whole numbers.
Example: The number of goals in

Continuos variable
A variable that can take any number.
Example: the temperature in a room.

Categoric variable.
A variable that is not expressed in numbers
Example: the names of players in a sports match.

Bar chart

Pie Chart

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Exercise
1. In your notebook write down:

• Discrete variable
• Categoric variable
• Continuous variable

2. Behind each variable, write down which type of graph you use for it.

•  Graph
• Bar chart
• Pie chart

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Discrete variable

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Categoric variable

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Continuous variable

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Homework
4.5 Yellow block + Workbook exercises

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Homework
4.5 Yellow block + Workbook exercises
Done:
• Study §4.1  – §4.5 and take notes for each paragraph
• Do the review questions (4.7)

#### Slide 20 -Tekstslide

Learning goals
•  Explain what terminal velocity is and how it works.

• Explain what is meant by a continuous variable and a discrete variable.

•  To know in what case to use a pie chart, bar chart or graph.